Orange (Level One) Fundanoodle products are designed for children starting as early as age 2.5. It is a collection of activity books using numbers, letters, patterns, mazes, matching, coloring and many other aspects of young learning. You’ve already learned about I Can Cut! and I Can Do Fun Activities.
I Can Do Math! Level 1 9″ x 12″ Essential math concepts in support of Common Core State Standards are included in this Level 1 book. Children have fun learning numbers (1-10), number words, shapes and other preschool math skills. Includes a colorful sticker reward system. 40 pages Price: $9.99
Max & Alphie’s Adventures! Level 1 9″ x 12″ Full of fun exercises, this activity book improves hand control and endurance, builds confidence and develops fine motor skills. Children learn and have fun as they connect the dots, navigate mazes, find hidden objects and color within the visual boundaries. Includes a colorful sticker reward system. 40 pages. Price: $9.99
What fun we had today! I hosted a ‘Busy Bags’ event at my house and as much as I procrastinated and cussed at myself for not really putting my best foot forward, I am so thankful to have been a part of this.
For those of you not in the mommy, play date, toddler phase of life, here’s what we did. We each found an activity, most likely from Pinterest or a mommy blog. We created and assembled the parts for said activity in 10 sets. We announced our choice of activity to avoid duplicates. Then we came together with our kids and shared our creations. These activities are designed to keep the child ‘busy’ learning about colors, numbers, etc. and using fine motor skills. BRILLIANT!
My immediate thought after receiving nine awesome busy bags: If we kept this up on a regular basis, we might never have to go to a toy store again! The problem with that is the time consumption. It does take time to decide on your activity, buy the materials, assemble the materials, and make 10 sets.
But my overall feeling about this type of event brings to mind the African proverb, ‘It takes a village to raise a child.’ How cool is it that we all took the time, money, energy, and creative thinking to do this for each other’s kids? I, for one, feel honored and proud.
I think these pictures of my daughter after the ‘party’ say it all. She had to be so patient to wait until all the kids left to try her new games. But she was amazing. I loved watching her discover, learn, play, and celebrate.